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The bus terminal at Stuttgart Airport is a popular destination for passengers and bus operators alike. Whether your travels are withing Germany or also on international bases, here you can find your fitting bus line. Here is a register of all bus companies that are represented at the SAB.
AS Karpaten & Krim Tours GmbH East West Eurolines
49074 Osnabrück , Deutschland
72415 Grosselfingen , Deutschland
Barileva Turist sh.p.k
40210 Düsseldorf , Deutschland
1200 Tetovo , Mazedonien
74076 Heilbronn , Deutschland
75260 Kalesija Grad , Bosnien und Herzegowina
Biuro Podrozy Sandra
44373 Wodzislaw Slaski , Polen
BlaBlaBus (COMUTO PRO SASU)
75011 Paris , Frankreich
Bozic Konig d.o.o.
76300 Bijeljina , Bosnien und Herzegowina
Ca. Mer. Viaggi s.n.c.
92016 Ribera , Italien
Crnja Tours d.o.o.
55210 Rovinj , Kroatien
70193 Stuttgart , Deutschland
Double T Turism Transport
80335 München , Deutschland
Euro Bus S+V
6330 Struga , Mazedonien
50858 Köln , Deutschland
Eurolines / Deutsche Touring GmbH
65760 Eschborn , Deutschland
Europa Bus C.H.
4270 Jesenice , Slowenien
Fertours Sh.p.k. Niederlassung Kassel
34117 Kassel , Deutschland
Flixbus DACH GmbH
80639 München , Deutschland
36300 Novi Pazar , Serbien
Hauerhof busreisen gmbh.
74906 Bad Rappenau , Deutschland
04001 Kosice , Slowakei
10040 Zagreb , Kroatien
Kantic Touristik d.o.o.
74260 Tesanj , Bosnien-Herzegowina
19016 Lviv , Ukraine
73655 Plüderhausen , Deutschland
17520 Bujanovac , Serbien
17523 Presevo , Serbien
moffa turismo e servizi srl
86016 Riccia , Italien
70178 Stuttgart , Deutschland
NORMA-A, Ltd ECOLINES
1050 Riga , Lettland
NPT "Armend Tours"
50000 Gjakove , Kosovo
50933 Köln , Deutschland
80333 München , Deutschland
Panturist d. d..
31000 Osijek , Kroatien
Pejic Tours d.o.o.
86154 Augsburg , Deutschland
Pletl eK Reiseburo & Omnibusbetrieb
35390 Gießen , Deutschland
75382 Althengstett , Deutschland
96334 Struga , Mazedonien
Brno-město, 602 00 Brno , Tschechische Republik
Richard Eberhardt GmbH
75172 Pforzheim , Deutschland
71634 Ludwigsburg , Deutschland
70435 Stuttgart , Deutschland
SC Lauer Europa Tours SRL
320042 Resita , Rumänien
23000 Istog , Kosovo
Sindbad Reisen GmbH
50321 Brühl , Deutschland
SoC. Marino SRL
70022 Altamura , Italien
11000 Beograd , Serbien
60200 Brno , Tschechien
550159 Sibiu , Rumänien
94901 Nitra , Slowakei
Union Ivkoni Ltd.
1202 Sofia , Bulgarien
74260 Tešanj , Bosnien und Herzegowina
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What is the difference between these 2 Moscow metro tours on the same tour group page? One is less expensive than the other but both have positive reviews.
We would like to go on this tour but could not decide which one to book. Thank you.
I see the only difference - one mentioned Spanish-speaking guide, the other not-presumably English...
I've seen one more - for 60+ euro!
Looks a bit unreal :)))
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Introduction of moscow subway system (metro).
Nowadays the Moscow Metro has 12 lines, light subway and monorail. All stations are unique and beautiful in their own way. Unfortunately, in order to visit them all, you need to spend many days. I invite guests to visit the ones that have the greatest cultural and historical interest from my point of view. Among them are the Revolution Square, Arbatskaya, Kievskaya (Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya Line № 3); Kievskaya, Belarusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Komsomolskaya (the Ring line number 5). Let us dwell a bit on each.
Subway station "revolution square".
Most recently - in the year 2008-2010 – the Eastern lobby was renovated. Because of the terrorist attacks in the Moscow subway that took place several hours before the planned opening of the East lobby after renovation, the solemn part of the event was canceled.
Subway station Arbatskaya
Subway Arbatskaya is located on the same subway line as the station "Revolution Square." It was founded in 1953. It received the name in honor of the Arbat Street. It has one ground lobby (Western). Initially, the lobby was in a separate building, but the new building of the General Staff of the Ministry of Defense started, the lobby appeared to be in its atrium. The old exits were bricked up; a new entrance was built into the building of General Staff of the street Vozdvizhenka. There is a huge frame with a missing portrait in the ground lobby - until mid-1950 there was a portrait of Stalin. According to some reports, it survived, but closed with plaster.
The lobby was restored and partially reconstructed in 2007-2008.
The depth of the station is 41 meters.
Pylons are finished with red marble at the bottom, decorated with bouquets of flowers made from ceramics. The floor is laid out with gray granite. The walls lined with glazed ceramic tiles, white top and black bottom. The station hall is illuminated by massive bronze chandeliers in the form of rings.
Subway station Kievskaya
There are several subway stations "Kievskaya" in Moscow, located on different branches. This name is quite popular. It comes from the capital of Ukraine - one of Russia's nearest neighbors - the city of Kiev. The name is fully consistent with the idea of the subway station. The interior the station devoted to Soviet Ukraine and the reunification of Ukraine and Russia. The station is decorated with a large number of paintings .Twenty four murals depicting workers of Soviet Ukraine are placed on the arch above the pylons. The wall from the side of platform also contains frescos, mainly with images of fantastic plants. Pylons are decorated with light marble and additionally decorated with colorful ceramic cornice. The butt of the station has a large mosaic, depicting festivities to celebrate the 300 anniversary of the reunification of Ukraine and Russia.
Opened in 1953, this subway station for a long time was the final (1953-2003).
The station has one lobby, combined with the station ring line and located in the building of the Kievskaya railway station. The diameter of the central hall station is 9.5 m, the diameter of side one is 8.5 m. The depth of the station is 38 meters.
= Ring Line Subway =
It opened in 1954. The station received its name after the Kiev station, and locked the Ring line. During the construction of the station many projects were proposed, but the victory in the competition won the Kiev architects who made the construction of the station. It is the only station of the Ring Line which is not located in the Central Administrative District of Moscow.
The station has a pylon structure. Eighteen pylons are decorated with mosaic panels of glazes, decorated on the theme of Ukrainian history and friendship between the Ukrainian and Russian peoples, which started in the mid-17 century.
On the front wall of the central hall of the station a large panel with molding in the form of flags and a mosaic portrait of Lenin in the center are located. There are lines of the Soviet national anthem around the portrait, and under the portrait - the words of Lenin. One of the ways out of the station was designed by French architects modeled on the Paris Subway in 2006.
At one of the mosaics – “The Struggle for Soviet power in Ukraine "- modern passengers observe a mobile phone and PDA in the hand of one of the guerrillas, and on his knees - a laptop. In fact, he uses a field telephone, which was really a heavy thing (guerrillas holds it in two hands), and thing that people see a laptop is the lid of a box with a telephone. However, these phones have begun to produce only in the second half of the 20-ies of XX century. We must assume that the mosaic depicts a foreign field telephone transmitter.
Subway station Belorusskaya
The founded of the station was in 1952. It received the name after the Belarusian railway station nearby. The station has two ground-based lobbies. The Western one goes to Tverskaya Zastava. It is decorated with beautiful carvings. The Eastern one leads to Butyrskiy shaft and Forest Street. The Eastern lobby is known for its majolica panels.
The station Belorusskaya is located at a depth of 42.5 m below ground. The diameter of the central hall is 9.5 meters.
Pylons are faced with light marble. The walls lined with white ceramic tiles, the floor is covered with ceramic tiles, gray, white and red colors. Lamps placed on pylons, in the form of vases made of glass and marble. The theme of decoration is economy and culture of Belarus. Decorative pattern on the floor repeats the theme of traditional Belarusian embroidery. Decorations of the ceiling consist of stucco decorations and 12 mosaic panels depicting the life of the Belarusian people.
Subway station Novoslobodskaya
Built in 1952, Subway station Novoslobodskaya got its name from the eponymous street: the station is located at the very beginning of it.
Novoslobodskaya is pylon station of deep foundation (its depth is 40 m) with three arches.
Exit to the street is through the ground lobby with column portico, located on Novoslobodskaya Street lined with gray marble. Pylons of the underground station are faced with marble from the Urals. Thirty two spectacularly illuminated stained-glasses, placed inside the pylon and bordered by steel and gilt brass are splendid decoration of the station. A remarkable mosaic "World Peace" is located at the end of the central hall. The picture depicts a happy mother with a baby in her arms; it was the face of Stalin at the picture: the child gave a hand to him. But in times of Khrushchev the face of the former leader of USSR was removed from the panel. The walls are lined with bright marble; floor is covered with white and black granite slabs, placed in a checkerboard pattern.
Subway station Komsomolskaya
The station was built in 1952 and named in honor of the Komsomolskaya Square, which is situated nearby.
This subway station is the station of the deep bedding. Its depth is 37 meters. The station has column and three- arched design. Cast iron decoration is used in the construction, monolithic slab used as a tray for a collapsible finishing. The length of the boarding hall is 190 meters; width of it is 10 meters. There are 68 octagonal columns at station.
The main theme of the interior of the station is the fighting of the Russian people for their independence. The ceiling is decorated with eight station mosaic mural made from glazes and precious stones. Six of them represent the Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Donskoy, Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky, Alexander Suvorov and Mikhail Kutuzov, the Soviet soldiers and officers at the walls of the Reichstag.
Two other panels, depicting Stalin ("Victory Parade" and "Presentation of the Guards Banner"), were replaced after the dethronement of Stalin's personality cult in 1963. New panels depict Lenin's speech in front of the Red Guards and the Motherland on the background of the Kremlin's Spasskaya Tower.
The yellow ceiling is decorated with mosaic and moldings. The hall is illuminated by massive chandeliers hanging between the panels; platforms are illuminated with smaller chandeliers. The columns are decorated with marble capitals and trimmed with light marble, as well as the wall station. The floor is laid with pink granite. There is a bust of Lenin at the end of the hall. At the opposite end of the escalator is a large Florentine mosaic of the Order of Victory with red banners on the background. The ground lobby of the station is decorated with bas-reliefs.
Each of the stations of the Moscow subway is attractive and interesting in its own way. Each has its own long and fascinating history and is beautifully decorated. The Moscow subway is a whole world, which can be talking about for hours. I suggest you short - no more than one hour and a half - and a fascinating journey through the world of the Moscow subway. The pleasure is guaranteed!
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Tour of famous Moscow Metro. Explore the Underground World! (2 hours)
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On this tour you take in some of Moscow's most important and highly decorated stations. Carrying up to 7 million passengers a day and covering almost the entire city, the Moscow Metro is one of the most extensive mass transit systems in the world. It's famous for the fine examples of social-realism which decorate many of its stations.
Visit some of the most important stations and get the chance to admire spectacular baroque-style ceilings, marble statues, busts of Communist heroes, stained glass windows, and ceiling mosaics depicting the bright Soviet future. Visit the most remarkable stations like Komsomolskaya, Kurskaya, Kievskaya and others, with the experienced guide who will bring you a full insight into their fascinating history.
- Tour of Moscow's Metro system visiting beautifully decorated key stations on the network.
- System that carries more than 7 million passengers per day
- Views of the most opulently designed tunnels & platforms
- Significance to the country—known as the “People's Palace”
- History & stories relayed by an expert local guide
If you wonder why the Moscow metro is considered one the most beautiful in the world, this tour is made for you!
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Departure and return point: nearest metro station to your central Moscow hotel
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Will it be easy to find my way in the Moscow Metro? It is a question many visitors ask themselves before hitting the streets of the Russian capital. As metro is the main means of transport in Moscow – fast, reliable and safe – having some skills in using it will help make your visit more successful and smooth. On top of this, it is the most beautiful metro in the world !
. There are over 220 stations and 15 lines in the Moscow Metro. It is open from 6 am to 1 am. Trains come very frequently: during the rush hour you won't wait for more than 90 seconds! Distances between stations are quite long – 1,5 to 2 or even 3 kilometers. Metro runs inside the city borders only. To get to the airport you will need to take an onground train - Aeroexpress.
RATES AND TICKETS
Paper ticket A fee is fixed and does not depend on how far you go. There are tickets for a number of trips: 1, 2 or 60 trips; or for a number of days: 1, 3 days or a month. Your trips are recorded on a paper ticket. Ifyou buy a ticket for several trips you can share it with your traveling partner passing it from one to the other at the turnstile.
On every station there is cashier and machines (you can switch it to English). Cards and cash are accepted. 1 trip - 55 RUB 2 trips - 110 RUB
Tickets for 60 trips and day passes are available only at the cashier's.
60 rides - 1900 RUB
1 day - 230 RUB 3 days - 438 RUB 30 days - 2170 RUB.
The cheapest way to travel is buying Troyka card . It is a plastic card you can top up for any amount at the machine or at the ticket office. With it every trip costs 38 RUB in the metro and 21 RUB in a bus. You can get the card in any ticket office. Be prepared to leave a deposit of 50 RUB. You can get it back returning the card to the cashier.
SamsungPay, ApplePay and PayPass cards.
One turnstile at every station accept PayPass and payments with phones. It has a sticker with the logos and located next to the security's cabin.
At the platfrom you will see one of these signs.
It indicates the line you are at now (line 6), shows the direction train run and the final stations. Numbers below there are of those lines you can change from this line.
In trains, stations are announced in Russian and English. In newer trains there are also visual indication of there you are on the line.
To change lines look for these signs. This one shows the way to line 2.
There are also signs on the platfrom. They will help you to havigate yourself. (To the lines 3 and 5 in this case).